Definition of narc in English:

narc

Syllabification: narc
Pronunciation: /närk
 
/
(also nark)

noun

informal , chiefly North American
A federal agent or police officer who enforces the laws regarding illicit sale or use of drugs and narcotics.
More example sentences
  • Lab busts have soared since last fall when Wright, a former narc, took over the county's 13-man drug task force.
  • Les knew enough to be cautious, he sure as hell didn't want to wind up talking to a narc. or an undercover cop.
  • It would take a mind working on a very different level to consider the sentence being for four sales of pot to an undercover narc at an area high school.

Origin

1960s: abbreviation of narcotic.

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